Digital distractions don’t just make it hard to focus on work; they make it hard to focus on people, too. As a result, we often miss out on opportunities to discover new ideas and forge deeper understanding. Here, communication expert and author Geoffrey Tumlin shares six ways to encourage more productive conversations.
When aware of the different hidden costs of change, project managers can positively influence those costs — and minimize the disruption to their teams, creating a project environment where change becomes a force for good, rather than something to avoid or resist. Here are three best practices that will help.
An OPM cook follows a project management recipe (process), whether or not it is right for the particular meal (project) being served. An OPM chef can adapt the recipe, or create a new one, to align with a project’s characteristics. There is a need for both types.